Saturday, March 24, 2012

CAJUN JIG DANCE - D L MENARD 'THE BACK DOOR'



See the girls dancing in the background?  That's the Cajun jig.  I don't want to appear triumphalist or anything, but I'm dancing a joyful Cajun jig in my humble abode in the swamps of Louisiana.  Why do I dance a joyful Cajun jig?  I dance because the Anglican Covenant was voted down in the Church of England.  You may say that I am triumphalist, but I would never say that.

8 comments:

susan s. said...

No French word for Honky tonk, eh? I love to hear him talk. Dance away, Mimi!

Grandmère Mimi said...

susan s., nor for truck...'un truck' is how the Cajuns say it.

Bonnie said...

OK. You are a triumphalist. Happy days of joy. You should have them after all of your very dedicated and loving work.

Grandmère Mimi said...

Thanks, Bonnie. :-)

JCF said...

No, Mimi, you are triumphant.

I would say that the Anglican Communion Office was triumphalist, in thinking they could blow their trumpets, and then the AC churches would throw their LGBTs---et al miscellaneous dissenters---under the crushing (Sec.4) wheels of the Covenant Juggernaut. Ahem, No Thanks.

Grandmère Mimi said...

Yesterday was a good day, JCF.

Russ Manley said...

I'm glad you're not taking all this personally, Mimi. Grin.

Grandmère Mimi said...

Personally? No. Obsessively? Yes. Today I have not posted on the Anglican Covenant. On occasion, I am able to rustle up a bit of restraint. ;-)